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Introduction

Once you've become familiar with Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 and all the features it contains, you might want to customize the way you work with FrontPage. You can change the way FrontPage starts up and whether it warns you about certain actions that you cannot undo. You can also configure FrontPage to associate editors on your computer with a specific file type you want to use, which makes it easy to open and work and with the files, or specify options to determine what information appears in reports.

You can set general options to specify when files are considered “Recent” or “Older”, or the download time that qualifies a Web page for inclusion in the Slow Pages report. You can also set the connection speed, display row and column gridlines when viewing reports, and the maximum number of months shown in usage reports.


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